Le’Veon Bell gets on the board for the Steelers

AP

The Steelers hadn’t scored a rushing touchdown since Week 15 last year. But now they have Le’Veon Bell.

Bell, the rookie making his NFL debut, took a handoff at the 8-yard line, raced around the right side and somersaulted into the end zone for his first NFL touchdown and the Steelers’ first touchdown on the ground since December.

It hasn’t been all good for the Steelers, though: Their defense allowed Greg Jennings take a Matt Cassel pass and break into the open for his first touchdown as a Viking, a 70-yarder.

The Vikings also got an early field goal and have a 10-7 lead late in the first quarter.